I am now the happy owner of an Apple iPad 3G 64 GB . I bought the iPad while in London last week – actually on the iPhone 4 launch day on June 24. It was fun to experience the buzz in the Apple Store on Regent Street. I have been doing a bit of […]
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I now own a Mac! More specifically I have bought an Apple MacBook Pro with the following specifications: Model: MB985 15.4″ display, 1440×900 pixels 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor P8800 1066 MHz 4GB memory (DDR3 1067 MHz) 320GB 5400-rpm hard drive NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT graphics processor with 256MB GDDR3 memory NVIDIA GeForce 9400M […]
I have been looking for recommendations and best practices for developing mobile web applications and found the following resources useful if you are developing mobile web applications for mobile devices in general: Mobile Web Best Practices from W3C – and the related mobileOK Basic Tests dotMobi Mobile Web Developer’s Guide from dotMobi And one more […]
I recentry upgraded a Lotus Domino server to 8.5 and installed Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5 – and the upgraded Domino server was up and running with Traveler loaded within two hours! Potential mobile clients could then connect and install the provided Traveler client software. However, I do not own a Nokia S60 device or a […]
Great news for Lotus and iPhone users: Lotus iNotes for iPhone coming later this year as part of Lotus Domino 8.0.2. Via Alan Lepofsky and comments by Ed Brill.
An interesting article has just been published on developerWorks: “Develop iPhone Web applications with Eclipse”. The article is a tutorial on how to create iPhone web sites using Eclipse, Aptana’s iPhone Development plug-in, and the iUi framework. It could be fun to try to use these ideas on a Lotus Domino demo web application. Anyone […]
According to AP Lotus Notes email will be available on the Apple iPhone and the Apple iPod Touch devices. Look out for the formal announcement at Lotusphere 2008 – that starts Sunday this week. [Via Ed Brill and many others 🙂 ] Update January 17: The story is now on Mac Rumors.